Guess When I'll Puke

Guess When I'll Puke

by John McCabe

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If you're reading this, it's either because you're a relative of mine or because you searched for a book with the word "puke" in the title. In both cases, you're a sick pup and this book is for you. It's a humorous recounting of our travels in a Bill Bryson-esque style. We relive our adventures with the pillaging Huns of the Tetons, exploding clay pigs in Appalachia and barfing on priceless national artifacts in Washington DC. In addition, we're also donating 100% of the money we receive to the Feed-a-Child fund with the Haitian Health Foundation charity.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014236843
Publisher:, Inc.
Publication date: 03/15/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 112
File size: 606 KB

About the Author

John is the father, husband, and friend everybody wishes they had. His wonderful sense of humor and warm personality shine through everything he writes. When he is not tending to his bees or working in his garden, John earns a living as a computer engineer. -- Helene McCabe

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Guess When I'll Puke 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I think anyone who has traveled with Kids will be able to relate to this book. The family vacations and day trips which resulted in marvelously funny incidents abound here. Attack of the giant mosquitoes, pilfering ponies on Assateague Island on Maryland's Atlantic coast, and exploding pottery in a campfire (don't try this at home!) I was impressed that the author is donating all the procedes from sales of this book to a humanitarian relief fund for child victims of the Haitian Earthquake. So buying this book not only brings you a great deal of humor, it will serve to help those kids who lost everything, sometimes even their parents, to that earthquake. I hope you find this book as funny as I did. I think it is a keeper.